At JumpSpark our mission is “to connect Jewish teens through interest-based experiences inspired by a Jewish lens”, and we are doing this and so much more in Fall 2018.
As the new Director of this organization, I am proud of the wide range of new opportunities we are creating for Jewish teens, their families, and the educators in our community who serve teens. Whether you want to attend a one-time workshop, dig deeper with a series, or apply for our brand-new Strong Women Fellowship, we are striving to create experiences that meet you where you are regardless of passion, schedule, and geographic region.
I look forward to getting to know all of your in the year to come and to working together to create a rich Jewish teen landscape here in Atlanta.
Kelly Cohen has spent her career building meaningful, dynamic Jewish experiences for children, teens and adults. For the past six years, Kelly has served as the Lower School Judaic Studies Coordinator at The Alfred and Adele Davis Academy here in Atlanta. Prior to that Kelly lived in Jerusalem for four years, as a member of the 10th cohort of Pardes Educators Program. She holds a BA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University, and a Masters degree in Jewish Education from Hebrew College.